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July 2016

12° Degrees South

July 15 @ 5:30 pm - July 31 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Untitled_Fernanda Dupal

12° south of the equator rests Darwin, home to artists Bronwyn Dann, Fernanda Dupal, Henry Dupal & Emma Long. Here we showcase a balance of printmaking, painting and ceramics inviting the viewer on a journey to question their own ideas of place - home and habitat. The creative journey of the four artists: Emma Long; Bronwyn Dann; Fernanda Dupal & Henry Dupal started in and near Darwin on the Arafura coastline, where land meets sea and sky, 12 degrees south…

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August 2016

Midawarr – Harvest Series: Woodcuts by Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley

August 5 @ 4:30 pm - August 22 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Mulkun Wirrpanda_Dilminyin_home

The Midawarr – Harvest Series is a unique printmaking collaboration between two of Australia’s most distinguished senior artists: Wirrpanda, a Yolngu artist and clan leader, and Wolseley a European trained artist known for his mixed media paintings of desert landscapes.  With large scale coloured woodblock prints, barks and larrakitj (hollow logs), the artists explore the remarkable world of edible plants that survive and prosper in the monsoon rain forests and floodplains of East Arnhem Land.

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Tactile Artists in Residence: Claire Freer & Jocelyn Tribe

August 26 @ 5:30 pm - September 11 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Spectrum Horizon_Jocelyn Tribe_90 x 90 cm_cropped

Jocelyn Tribe uses the printmaking technique of mokuhanga through installation of works on paper to explore transience in movement, light and colour.  Claire Freer uses clay and local fibres to create sculptural forms that evoke the natural living environment of the top end. Image:  Spectrum Horizon, Jocelyn Tribe, mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock), 90 x 90 cm.

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October 2016
Free

Adaption / Hyper Transformation

October 28 @ 5:30 pm - November 13 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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James Gummow-Kylie Wallace-Smith

An exhibition of work by early career artists James Gummow and Kylie Wallace-Smith reflecting on the processes of change, adapting to new environments and the idea transformation through alterations of form, appearance, nature and character.  A contrasting yet oddly harmonious hyper environment is created with soft-made sculpture and vividly expressive paintings. Image:  "Untitled" by James Gummow (left) and Kylie Wallace-Smith (right)

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